Posts tagged with ‘ehr’

  • Under Obamacare program, doctor visits would become data points

    Article in Washington Post April 23, 2013 A new nonprofit is putting millions of Obamacare dollars towards an effort to…

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  • Can Twitter help predict epidemics?

    From article posted in The Salt Lake Tribune – March 6, 2013   Twitter users send around 500 million tweets…

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  • Can the Cleveland Clinic Save American Health Care?

    Salaried doctors. Great care. The administration used them as a model and a goal for Obamacare. But will it work…

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  • 5 Ways To Improve Healthcare Information Exchanges

    From article posted on HealthInformation – HealthCare February 19, 2013 Recent comments made by a number of leaders throughout the…

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  • Insurers press doctors to file more claims electronically

    From article posted on – The Hill – Healthwatch, February 5, 2013 The number of claims submitted and processed electronically…

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  • HIPAA Changes Could Create New Bureaucratic Burdens

    From January 23, 2013 article by Michelle McNickle, Associate Editor of InformationWeek Healthcare Modifications to HIPAA may take the focus…

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  • HIPAA Final Rule Raises Fines for Non-Compliance

    By Dom Nicastro, HealthLeaders Media, January 22, 201 The HIPAA omnibus final rule released by the Department of Health &…

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  • When it comes to patient records, doctors guilty of the old copy-paste

    January 10, 2013 article on CNET.com by Elizabeth Armstrong Moore A new study finds the majority of doctors copying potentially…

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  • Electronic Health Records Breed Digital Discontent For Some Docs

    From December 4, 2012 article in the Kaiser Health News Two years and $8.4 billion into the government’s effort to…

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  • Doctor still keeps it ‘old school’ in modern world

    From article in the Gainesville Sun, Gainesville FL Dr. David Eckel has been described as the doctor in the Norman…

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